How Banks and Lenders Are Helping Workers Affected by the Government Shutdown
Many federal workers aren't getting paid. Here’s how some banks, credit unions, and other financial institutions are helping them out.
What a Student Loan 'Bubble' Bursting Might Look Like
Let's game this out a bit.
Betsy DeVos is canceling 15,000 students' debt after trying to avoid it for a year
In total, they have $150 million in student loan debt.
Millennials in China Are Using Nudes to Secure Loans
Money lenders offering services like Afterpay are demanding that customers send naked selfies as collateral.
The Radical Economics of Lending Your Friends Money
Lending circles have allowed poor people to pool resources in cultures around the world. So why aren't they more used in the US?
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Don't Let Student Loan Debt Keep You From Buying a Home
Flexible repayment plans can lower your monthly bill so you can finally afford a place of your own.
Occupy Wall Street Artists Are Fighting Corporate Control Over Museums
Activists are challenging the 1 percent's influence in the art world and tackling art student debt.
Being in Debt Could Seriously Screw With Your Mental Health
The longer you have until you've paid off your debt, the more anxious you're likely to be.
Wells Fargo Is Being Called Out for Racism, Again
The notorious bank is facing law suits for discriminating against blacks and Latinos in Philadelphia.
Business of Life
The business of education: is the student debt system sustainable?
Discussing the money behind education—is college worth it & handling student debt.
Brief Encounters: English Soccer’s Greatest Ever Short-Term Loans
Here, we look back at all the brief and fleeting loan moves that went better than anyone could have imagined.
Banks are letting young people buy houses again